Titanium Contact Fire Staff
The smoothest contact staff on the market! The Titanium Contact Fire Staff has excellent momentum but at the same time feels almost weightless! It glides over your body without effort, as if it is an extension of yourself. Contact staff spinning at its finest!
The body of this staff is made from Grade 9 Titanium which is characterized by its superior strength to weight ratio. This makes it possible for the Titanium Contact Fire Staff to be super reliable while being built from tubing with only 1 mm wall thickness.
The handling surface is covered with our 3.2 mm thick SuperGrip©. It has a soft, spongy under-layer and a sticky, dotted over-layer which does not get slippery when wet. Over the years we have tested many grip variations and this by far provides the best hold even when your body sweats. SuperGrip© is also suitable for contact staff spinners with sensitive skin or allergies.
Staff’s center point is clearly marked. Added silicone protectors near the wicks to protect you from making contact with any heated metal parts or flame!
Newest model of staff is not built with flowers.
Titanium Contact Fire Staff Specifications
- Length: 59″ (150 cm)
- Weight: ~2 lb (840 grams)
- Tubing: Grade 9 Titanium Tubing
- Grip: 3.2 mm Thick SuperGrip©
- Kevlar Wicks: 4″ (10 cm) Tall
- Do not use white gas, benzene or alcohol based liquids because it can destroy the silicone.
- Do not hold the staff vertically. Spin it, or keep it horizontally!
- Handle the grip carefully to avoid damages.
- Don’t dip the silicone into the paraffin. We recommend you dip 2/3-3/4 of the firehead only so that the remaining part soaks up the excess fuel and no shake-off is needed.
Fire Safety Tips
Before you begin practicing fire spinning please be prepared and confident. Most importantly, so nobody gets injured, wear tighter fitting clothes and never burn alone! Please review the Home of Poi Fire Safety Guidelines for detailed information on fuels, safety procedures and basic first aid for burns.
Spinning fire in public spaces can be dangerous, and you are responsible for any and all damage to property and injury to yourself and others. The North American Fire Arts Association has resources for fire artists including safety, insurance and guidelines for obtaining fire permits.